Monthly Archives: April 2012

Neighborhood Complaints spark Drug Search Warrant & Arrest

Numerous neighborhood complaints and a lengthy investigation resulted in a search warrant and drug arrest of Matthew E. Bradford (29 yoa from St. Albans) and Johnathan Aston (21 yoa from St. Albans).  The investigation culminated in a Search Warrant served on Bradford’s home in the 2000 block of Wilson Avenue on the evening of Sunday, […]
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National Take Back Initiative, Saturday April 28 from 10am-2pm

It’s time again to get rid of your unused, unwanted, or unneeded medications.  The St. Albans Police Department is again working with the Drug Enforcement Administration by taking part in the National Take Back Initiative.  This is the third time SAPD has participated in this event.  In the last two events SAPD has collected over […]
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SA Man Charged with Kidnapping

David Chester II (24 yoa from St. Albans) was arrested on Tuesday, April 24 on warrants for Kidnapping & Domestic Battery.  The charges stemmed from a complaint filed during the day on Saturday, April 21.  A woman, Beth McCutcheon (25 yoa from Charleston) reported she was on a date during the evening of April 20, […]
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Parkersburg Fugitive Injures SAPD Officer during Arrest

At around 5:30pm on Friday April 20, 2012, SAPD received some calls about a man going underneath people’s homes in St. Albans.  An initial search yielded nothing, but after another call in the 2200 block of Washington Avenue,  several witnesses pointed out where the offender ran to.  He ran to the railroad tracks in the […]
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Two-Car Crash at SA Mall sends two to hospital

At 1:45 pm today, two cars collided at the intersection of US 60 & the St. Albans Mall entrance.  Sara Maynard (28 yoa from Charleston) was headed east on US 60 in a Cadillac when she collided with a Mustang driven by Brad Watson (29 yoa from St. Albans).  Both drivers were taken to CAMC […]
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